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SUPER BOWL II - The Orange Bowl hosted its first Super Bowl on January 14, 1968 and saw the Packers defeat the Raiders for Green Bay's second straight title.
SUPER BOWL III - The Orange Bowl hosted back-to-back games (the only time that's ever been done) as Joe Namath's Jets backed up the quarterback's guarantee with a 16-7 win over the Colts.
SUPER BOWL V - Despite a game-winning field goal to give the Colts a victory over Dallas, this Super Bowl has been widely panned as one of the sloppiest title games ever played.
SUPER BOWL X - This game will forever be remembered for Lynn Swann's acrobatic catch that gave Pittsburgh its second straight championship with a 21-17 win over the Cowboys.
SUPER BOWL XIII - The Steelers and Cowboys met in Miami once again with the same result as Pittsburgh won 35-31 in the final Super Bowl played in the Orange Bowl.
SUPER BOWL XXIII - After a 10 year gap, the Super Bowl finally returned to South Florida; but this time at Joe Robbie Stadium where Joe Montana led the 49ers to a 20-16 win over Cincinnati.
SUPER BOWL XXIX - The 49ers returned to Joe Robbie Stadium and the winner's circle in January 1995 with a 49-26 trouncing of the Chargers.
SUPER BOWL XXXIII - John Elway and the Broncos won the second of their back-to-back Super Bowls against the Falcons in 1999.
SUPER BOWL XLI - Peyton Manning finally got the monkey off his back by winning his first Super Bowl by leading the Colts past the Bears 29-17.
SUPER BOWL XLIV - New Orleans ended a dream season with their first Super Bowl title with a 31-17 win over Indianapolis.
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